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I had the same issue on CentOS 7 and found that the files related to EPSG is located in the proj-epsg package. When installed, this package provides the missing epsg file in /usr/share/proj/.
In your layer config you have one class (and one colour), so you are telling MapServer to render all polygons with one colour. If you want to have diffent coloured polygons you need to specify more than one class (each with a different colour). So you need to find the coloumn in your mylayer.shp that holds information you want to classify (colour) your map ...
It would help a lot to mention where to get the test suite https://github.com/opengeospatial/ets-wcs20 and which exact test you run, and also study the test suite and try to analyze what is probably happening. I did some fast research. Failure message is referring to GML Coverage format. By WCS 2.0 core standard WCS 2.0 servers are not required to ...
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